Catholic Cults and Devotions: A Psychological Inquiry

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Index
Abraham, K., 140
abuse of relics, 202
Agnus Dei,120, 167, 206
Alacoque, M., 133, 136-8, 141-2, 207. See also Sacred Heart
aliquis, Freud on, 57-8, 201
Amalfi ( Italy), 66, 184
anal eroticism: and Angelus, 29-32; Freud's theory of, 9, 14-15, 199; Germanic, 19-21; and obsessional behaviour, 14-15; and religious medals, 21-4; and rosary, 15-18
anal imagery, and Brown Scapular, 125-6. See also anal eroticism; anal-sadistic stage
anal personality, 15, 199
anal-sadistic stage, 49-50
anal wind theory of conception, 31-2
Angelus: and anal eroticism, 29-30; centrality of bell ringing, 37-8; description of, 27-8; Germanic origins, 38-40; history, 28-9; as impregnation fantasy, 32-7; prayer, 181
Annunciation, paintings of, 34-7
apparati, III
apparitions, II-12, 114-15, 135, 141-3, 198, 200, 206
archconfraternities, 145-6, 149
Avellino ( Italy), 65, 192
Aztec art, 139
Bad Breast. See Kleinian theory
Bad Mother. See Kleinian theory
beating fantasies, 47-50
Bell, R., 94-5, 204
Benediction, 8, 191
birth, infantile theories of, 31-2
bleeding hosts, 88-90, 204-5
Blessed Sacrament, 109, 207. See also Eucharist; Eucharistic devotions
blood relics: association with Naples, 74-7; and castration fantasies, 62-3, 66-8; and coastal location, 184-5; description of, 58-62, 64-6; effects of ceremony on, 185-6; and father-ineffective family, 68-74; and misperception, 186-8; psychological associations, 62-3, 66-8, 77-8; relics still liquefying, 65, 189-96; and temperature, 183-4; and trickery, 182-3; and weight gain, 184. See also names of saints associated with blood relics
Blue Army, 122, 199
Bridgettine Rosary, 197-8
Brown Scapular: Church's position on, 120-2; emergence as popular devotion, 118-20, 174; explaining appeal of, 125-7; psychological associations, 122-5; and stigmata, 127-9; traditions surrounding, 114-18; 199. See also scapulars
bullroarer, 32
Burresi, G., 79, 87
Bynum, C., 94-6, 204
Calvin, J., 118
Cardinals. See College of Cardinals
Carmelites, 115, 117, 129-30, 133, 206
castration anxiety, 33, 70-I
castration, desire for, 71-3
castration imagery: and Angelus, 33; and blood relic cults, 63-8, 201-2
Catholic Church (organization), 163-4. See also College of Cardinals; Curia; Papacy
Catholicism: compared to Protestantism, 80-I, 88, 154-6, 163-4, 174-5, 178, 199, 207-8; popular, study of, 3, 7-9, 176-8. See also particular devotions

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